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"L.P.O.s" for Indian Citizens – “a Billion” opportunities

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"L.P.O.s" for Indian Citizens – “a Billion” opportunities


1.     I introduce myself as a small time Lawyer / Advocate, having a standing of about 2 years practice in law.


2.     Sometime back, during a brief conversation with one student of law, who was doing Articles for Solicitors Exams, threw an argument, and he said – there is a stiff competition in law, i.e. there are few legal “customers” in the market. I puzzled, and told him, we are a billion population country coupled with massive lawlessness in the country, where almost every “person” is truly a potential Client. I told him - It is for us to realize the true size and potential of legal opportunities in India.


3.     Now coming to Billion opportunities I am talking about, I have documented a Legal Referencer (It is still to be completed) wherein the basic common “issues” of our society have been identified, with all probable legal remedy which may be pursued to redress the issue, is suggested in the said Referencer; and brief insight to the suggested legal redress and the procedure to pursue the legal redress is provided in the respective chapter and in the standard draft. A link to my said Referencer –



4.     A “Framework” for rendering a “Set of Legal Services” may be designed and offered to large mass of the Indian Citizens at a reasonable annual fee.


5.     Would anyone be fascinated to set up a LPO of this kind and further would be interested to partner with me in the said venture, may mail me at



Sandeep Jalan


32, Rajpuria Baug,

N P Thakkar Road,

Vile Parle East,

Mumbai- 400057.

Nani Palkhiwala, with whom an institution is recognized, has once said, "an aggrieved's act of seeking courts' intervention, in fact, is an appeal to the judicial conscience of the sitting judge, to do that - which all prudent man would do, in the facts of the case.
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